Tuesday’s answers

Monday’s questions were:

1. What does fiat panis mean?

2. What is a Kārearea?

3. Who said: “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and it may be necessary from time to time to give a stupid of misinformed beholder a black eye.”?

4. Where is Timbuktu?

5. Who wrote Beak of the Moon?

Samo is this week’s champion with a clean sweep.

Gravedodger got three right, a half for knowing where the motto came from in #1 and a bonus for extra information in answering 2 & 4.

Lilacsigil got three right and a bonus for getting the whole answer to #1.

Cactus Kate gets a point because it was inevitable someone would make the suggestion she did.

PDM got 2 and a bonus for reasoning, albeit wrongly, with #3.

Paul Tremewan got two, a half for his answer to #2 (not wrong but not the whole answer) and a bonus for remembering school Latin.

The answers follow the break:

1. Let there be bread.(It’s the motto of the UN Food & Agriculture Organisation).

2. The New Zealand falcon (hat tip: Half Pie).

3. Miss Piggy.

4. In Mali about 15 km north of the Niger River.

5. Philip Temple.

2 Responses to Tuesday’s answers

  1. Paul Tremewan says:

    HP: I only deserved a half mark for my answer to Q.2: I originally wrote ‘ A big bird, in fact a falcon big bird..’ but I self edited it as being a great answer but nonetheless distasteful, so omitted it!


  2. homepaddock says:

    Pual: I can cope with distatsteful if it’s funny – you’d have got another half for making me laugh.


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